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Corporal John Mack Scarberough

Arkansas State Police, Arkansas

End of Watch Wednesday, September 2, 1998

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Reflections for Corporal John Mack Scarberough

I just saw one of your drug busts profiled on Court TV and I decided to look up your memorial page. You operated with great instincts and professionalism. Thank you for your hard work. Arkansas State Police!!!!!!!!!!

PO1
Decatur PD

August 7, 2007

Corporal Scarberough was the "BEST OF THE BEST." He assisted me and my fellow officers, as well as Saline County Sheriff Deputies during a high speed pursuit that started in Saline County and ended in SouthWest Little Rock. He was so dedicated to the Arkansas State Police as well as the Citizens of Arkansas. Johnny, you died doing what you loved the most. You made the Ultimate Sacrafice and for that, we are forever Grateful! Rest In Peace and know that you will never be forgotten. I know you are in the hands of our loving God and in his time, we will be reunited.

A former Little Rock Police Officer

Former Little Rock Police Officer
L.R.P.D

April 24, 2007

REMEMBERING CORP. SCARBEROUGH TODAY.
YOUR SACRIFICE WILL NOT BE FORGOTTEN. GOD BLESS YOUR FAMILY, FRIENDS AND CO-WORKERS.
GLB

September 2, 2006

My thoughts are with your loved ones on this 8th anniversary of the ending of your tour of duty. Thank you for you long and dedicated career in law enforcement. You are a true hero and heroes never die. You will always be remembered. Keep watch over your loved ones and those still out on patrol.

Bob Gordon, father of fallen Chicago Officer
Michael P. Gordon, EOW: 8/8/04

Bob Gordon, Chicago Gold Star Father

September 2, 2006

Rest in peace Brother, your service and dedication will not be forgotton.

Corporal M. Ercole
Grand Haven D.P.S.

January 5, 2006

I just learned of your death while watching Wild Police Videos. I too am a drug interdiction officer. I thank you for your sevice as I know that you are responsibile for keeping drugs out of our childrens hands.

|Cpl. Scarberough, your tour of duty is over, as your brothers and sisters have taken control of the watch. Take your place on Heavens Police Dept. and walk your beat with your head held high as you have done your job well.

10-25 Heaven 1, 10-42.

Ptn. Brad Keiser
Berkeley PD, MO

August 21, 2005

Cpl.Scarberough was one of the best interdiction officers I have ever seen. He, along with Capt. Robbie Bishop were the ones who inspired me to work interdiction. Rest well Trooper!

Sgt.
Villa Rica Ga. I.C.E Team

September 29, 2004

God Speed Troop. Rest in Peace.

Reserve Officer Kyle Flud
Langley PD, Langley, OK

August 4, 2004

Cpl Scarberough, was the best at drug interdiction hands down. He will be missed


Arakansas State Police

Thank you Corporal Scarberough for your years of service to Arkansas. I saw you on Police Videos and decided to vist ODMP to check details. It appears that you died doing what you did best, keeping illegal narcotics off the streets. My deepest sympathy to your family, friends, and your department.

God speed,

Jeff Connell
Atwater Police Community Volunteer

Corporal Scarberough was a true gentleman and I am proud to have known him.
He reflected the ideals of the "good cop" and was a master interdictor.
Trooper Scarberough, along with a handful of other master interdiction officers throughout this country set a standard for productivity and decency that we are all better for having tried to live up too.
I still hear his voice saying "Hey how are ya" in his slow southern way.
He is missed.

Interdiction Officer / Deputy
Carroll County Sheriff Georgia

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